Sunday, January 22, 2017

Hard done by Bikers protest discrimination in PEI

A group of about 100 bikers took part in an Atlantic Confederation of Clubs (ACC) meeting to discuss discrimination against bikers.

While members were entering the bar, a large police presence remained in the parking lot.
On the ACC’s website, the group states the history of motorcyclist rights organizations and their common goals of fighting government intrusion and harassment.

"The enemies of motorcycling will learn, if they haven't already, that the harder they fight us the closer and more united we become."
"The Confederations major focus is in the area of biker discrimination. In many areas businesses refuse to allow colours to be worn in their establishments. Likewise, as anyone who wears colours can tell you, the law enforcement authorities treat patch holders more severely in many cases."